Last updated on March 20th, 2022 at 10:24 am
Today’s Karachi Prayer Time. This includes Karachi Fajr Prayer Time, Karachi Zuhr Prayer Time, Karachi Asr Prayer Time, Karachi Maghrib Prayer Time, and Karachi Esha Prayer Time.
Today’s Karachi Prayer TimeDecember 6, 2022
Today Prayer time of Namaze Fajr, Namaz e Zohar, Namaz e Asar, Namaz e Maghrib and Namaz e Esha of Karachi is as Follows.
There are Five Farz Prayer in Islam i.e Fajr, Zohar, Asar, Maghrib, and Esha.
What is Fajr Prayer time today in Karachi?
There are four Rakats in Fajr, 2 Farz and 2 Sunnah. Prayer time for Fajr begins at dawn until the sun rises. Following are the times in Karachi for today’s Fajr.
What is Zuhr Prayer time Karachi?
There are 12 Rakat in Zuhr Salah, including 4 Sunnah, 4 Farz, 2 Sunnah, and 2 Nafl. The Zuhr Namaz time in Karachi begins after the Zawal time ends in the afternoon and ends before the Asr time.
What is Asr Prayer time in Karachi?
There are 8 Rakat in this afternoon prayer, along with 4 Sunnat and 4 Farz. Asr time starts today after the Zohar prayers end. The Asar prayer is offered in the evening.
What is today’s Maghrib Prayer time in Karachi?
There are seven Rakat in this prayer at sunset: three Farz, two Sunnat, and two Nafl. In Karachi, Maghrib time begins after sunset and ends before Isha time today.
What is Today Esha Prayer time in Karachi?
There are 17 Rakat in this night’s prayer: 4 Sunnah, 4 Fard, 2 Sunnah, 2 Nafl, 3 Witr, and 2 Nafl. In Karachi, Isha Namaz begins after the end of Maghrib prayer time and ends before Fajr.
What is Zawal Time Karachi Today?
What is Tahajjud Time in Karachi today?
Today, Tahajjud Time in Karachi will start after Esha Prayer. Tahajjud prayer time starts after Esha Prayer and Ends before Fajr Prayers time starts. This is also called the prayer of Mid Night.
There are 4 other Prayers Tahajjud, Ishraq, Chasht, and Awabeen. Tahajjud is the Prayer of Midnight. Ishraq is offered After Sunrise and Chasht are offered after 2-3 Hours of Sun Rise. There is a prayer called Awabeen which is offered after Maghrib Prayer and Before Esha Prayer.